Anne Waldman, Andrew Schelling 2001 Interview

May 10, 2018

From the archives:

Northwestern Exposure #336 for 4/22/01 – 55:00

Subject: The Poetic Activism Legacy of Allen Ginsberg
Guests: Anne Waldman & Andrew Schelling
Contact: Naropa University
Date Aired: 4/22/2001
Summary: Anne Waldman and Andrew Schelling, from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, co-founded by Anne and Allen Ginsberg in 1974 and now part of Naropa University, discussed Allen’s poetry activism, his legacy and how projects designed to help young people express themselves are critical in the effort to prevent high school violence. Anne read from her new book: Marriage: A Sentence. They also discussed Allen’s Mind Writing Slogans, his American Sentences form & erotic poems of ancient India, The Cane Groves of Narmada River, which Andrew has translated.


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